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Hutchinson holds a Master of Business Administration from the Zicklin School of Business- Baruch College, City University of New York, and a Master of Science in Environmental Policy and Master of Infrastructure Planning from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, from which he also earned a Bachelor of Science degree.
For example, the New Jersey Institute of Technology provides ongoing professional development at the Brooklyn school, where the principal and assistant principals meet 60 to 90 minutes weekly to map out studies, and teachers meet regularly to plan and connect lessons.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology opened a new 300-resident dorm last year, and now has 1,400 students on its campus--about half the student body.
9 GHz broadband mobile-mesh network in New Jersey," said General Bill Marshall, deputy director of the New Jersey Homeland Security Technology Systems Center at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
endowed scholarship for the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), School of Architecture (SOA).
Marino Xanthos, director of research, Polymer Processing Institute, New Jersey Institute of Technology.
He received his master's in science from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Following teaching positions at the University of Virginia and the New Jersey Institute of Technology, she returned to Princeton as a visiting assistant professor.